• Jan 15...Happy Kumquat Day!

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    Blogger of the Day: Kris at Munchin with Munchkin

    The first time I tasted kumquats was when I was a kid visiting my aunt. She had a bunch in her fridge and when I asked what they were, she said “they’re just like oranges…go ahead and take a bite”. I’m sure the scrunchysqueezy face I made was worthy of a hilarious home video…they’re sweet on the outside but they definitely have a bitter kick inside! The first time I really started liking kumquats was as marmalade on a muffin…now that’s yumful stuff! :)

    Canadian native Kris hit the trail and ended up in Texas with a cowboy hat and a camera in hand to capture everything, including her hypercolorful and superdelicious kitchen brilliance!

    Kumquat Poppy Seed Scones
    Ingredients:
    coconut flour
    gluten free oat flour
    baking powder
    salt
    poppy seeds
    coconut milk
    coconut oil
    vanilla extract
    agave nectar (or maple syrup)
    kumquats

    Details and directions at Kumquat Poppy Seed Scones
    According to the Rules of the Interwebs, you shouldn’t post someone else’s entire recipe, only part of it with a link to the rest, unless you’ve changed the recipe up bigtime.

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    Kumquats are little sisters to tangerines, oranges and other members of the citrus family…which is your favorite? Have you ever eaten kumquat marmalade? Has someone ever tricked you into trying a new food…or are you the trickster? ;)

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